PSoC™ 4 Forum Discussions
I am trying to use the proximity sensor function (Proximity0) in PSoC Creator.
Has anyone had success programming a CY8CKIT-042-BLE-A on Windows 11 ARM running in Parallels on an M1/M2 Mac? It shows up in the device manager as not having a driver and I can't find a driver that works.Show Less
Still looking for a person who can help with a client program for my product. see vyndicator.com.
Looked at a few suggested programs from the 100 day series. This should be fairly easy for the right person.
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David Hoffman Hagenhoff LLC
I am running ModusTool Box on Linux. While it is running ok, it does not show my particular development board which belongs to the PSoC 4200 series. Any ideas how I can get it up and running on ModusTool Box?Show Less
Dear Sirs and Madams,
We have a question about ExtClk clock settings in Bootloader project.
We are using CY8C4024AZI-S403 device with a UART Bootloader configuration in PSoC Creator 4.4 IDE.
In order to improve the clock accuracy of UART communication, The system clock is running with ExtClk.
When receiving a firmware update command from UART, the Bootloader is started by calling the Bootloadable_Load() API.
We have confirmed that the firmware update can be completed successfully if the Bootloader clock resource is IMO.
< Bootloader project clock settings : IMO >
However, firmware updates will not work properly if the Bootloader clock resource is set to ExtClk.
< Bootloader project clock settings : ExtClk >
*Note 1: Both projects correctly assign Bootloader.hex to Dependency of Bootloadble.
Is it not possible to set the Bootloader clock resource to ExtClk in the UART Bootloader of PSoC4000S?
Since clock accuracy between target of PSoC4000S and the host is important for UART communication, We are considering using ExtClk instead of IMO.
Dear Sirs and Madams,
We are considering to implement the PSoC4S MAX proximity sensor on a metal frame that is connected to the FG.
The image diagram is below:
When We verified the operation, the sensitivity of the proximity sensor of PSoC4S MAX is very poor because the metal frame becomes a strong ground.
Will the following two work as a countermeasure?
Please tell us the best way to use a proximity sensor in such a strong grounded metal frame.
(1) Use an insulating sheet
(2) Isolate PSoC4S MAX and proximity sensor ground
I have a CY5676A PRoC BLE 256KB module that I'm trying to program with PSoC Creator, but I can't find it in the device selector. What additional add-on software do I need to install in order to use it with PSoC Creator?
I'm struggling with lowering the power consumption while in a BLE connection. My application is a peripheral and it uses the CYBLE-214015 module. When connected, I want to periodically start up an analog sensor circuit. It takes 200ms for this circuit to stabilize. In this time, I would like to put both the system and BLESS to sleep. Are there any examples that utilize a similar flow?
I've read through AN92584 and, although helpful, it doesn't provide an example for sleeping in a connection for x amount of time and waking up. There is mention of an example in this document but the link to it has expired.
I appreciate your help.
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